Interest rate risk of mortgage servicing rights

Mortgage servicing rights (MSRs) are created when a mortgage loan is pooled with similar mortgage loans to form a security and that security is sold. The entity that communicates with the mortgage borrower, and collects and distributes principal and interest payments is referred to as the mortgage servicer. The servicer is responsible for collecting funds from the borrower and dispersing them to the security holder and the entity that guarantees the creditworthiness of the pool of mortgages. The

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